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    11= Screenshots = 
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    3 The screenshots below show several impressions while running !VirtualBox on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and Solaris platforms: 
     3The screenshots below show several impressions while running !VirtualBox on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux/UNIX platforms: 
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    11 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/FreeBSD_Ubuntu.jpg"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_FreeBSD_Ubuntu.jpg?format=raw"></a> 
     11<a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/win7.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_win7.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    14 VirtualBox for FreeBSD. This screenshot shows a first version running Ubuntu. 
    15 NAT networking works. 
     14VirtualBox for Windows. Within VirtualBox Ubuntu 10.10 is running. 
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    21 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/FreeBSD_win.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_FreeBSD_win.png?format=raw"></a> 
     20<a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/mac_os_x.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_mac_os_x.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    24 VirtualBox for FreeBSD. This screenshot shows a first version capable of running Windows. 
     23VirtualBox for Mac OS X. Within VirtualBox Windows 7 is running. 
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    30 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/VirtualBox_OSX_beta_3.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_VirtualBox_OSX_beta_3.png?format=raw"></a> 
     29<a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/gnome.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_gnome.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    33 VirtualBox for Mac OS X. One virtual machine is running in seamless mode on Leopard. Note the realtime preview of the virtual machine in the dock. 
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    39 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/VirtualBox_OSX_beta_255c.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm_VirtualBox_OSX_beta_255c.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    42 VirtualBox for Mac OS X, currently in beta test. Two virtual machines are visible: one with Windows Vista, another with Gentoo Linux. 
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    48 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/1-new-vm.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-1-new-vm.png?format=raw"></a> 
    49 </td> 
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    51 Creating a new, empty VM for installing Windows Vista.  
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    57 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/2-empty-vm-created.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-2-empty-vm-created.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    60 The new VM in the VirtualBox main window. Note that an ISO file (containing the Vista setup CD) has been mounted as the VM's CD-ROM drive. 
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    66 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/3-setup-starting.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-3-setup-starting.png?format=raw"></a> 
    67 </td> 
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    69 After starting the VM, it boots off the virtual CD-ROM (the ISO file with the Vista setup), and Vista Setup starts up.  
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    75 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/4-installing.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-4-installing.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    78 Vista is installing into the virtual hard drive.  
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    84 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/5-logon.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-5-logon.png?format=raw"></a> 
    85 </td> 
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    87 Vista install complete: the log-on screen. 
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    93 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/ubuntu-on-xp.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-ubuntu-on-xp.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    96 Compiling VirtualBox on Ubuntu Edgy Eft in VirtualBox on Windows XP. 
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    102 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/snapshot-details.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-snapshot-details.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    105 Details of a snapshot performed after Vista installation.  We can revert the virtual machine to this snapshot at a later time. 
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    111 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/dsl.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-dsl.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    114 Damn Small Linux 2.0 works damn well in VirtualBox! 
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    120 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/virtual-disk-image-manager.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-virtual-disk-image-manager.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    123 The Virtual Disk Manager allows you to work with VM images. 
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    129 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/vbox_under_vista_in_vbox_under_xp.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-vbox_under_vista_in_vbox_under_xp.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    131 <td> 
    132 VirtualBox in Vista inside VirtualBox on XP?  Perhaps some day... 
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    138 <a href="/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/vbox_os2_alpha.png"> <img src="http://www.virtualbox.org/attachment/wiki/Screenshots/tm-vbox_os2_alpha.png?format=raw"></a> 
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    141 A community-based effort is underway to port VirtualBox to OS/2 hosts.  This screenshot shows a first alpha version. 
     32VirtualBox for Linux/UNIX. Within VirtualBox Windows XP is running. 
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